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2016 (True Freshman): One of six true freshmen that saw playing time for Georgia Tech … Appeared in 10 games with three starts at left tackle … After not playing in either of the first two games of the year, made his collegiate debut versus Vanderbilt (Sept. 17) and went on to make his first-career start four games later (Oct. 15 vs. Georgia Southern) … Also started against Duke (Oct. 29) and at Virginia Tech (Nov. 12) … Missed home finale versus Virginia (Nov. 19) due to injury … Contributed to an offensive front that helped pave the way for Georgia Tech to rank ninth nationally in rushing offense (258.1
High School: Ranked as a three-star prospect by ESPN … Recorded 78 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and five sacks en route to first-team all-district honors as a senior … Named MVP of 2016 Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Game … Three-year letterwinner at Ponchatoula H.S. (coach Hank Tierney) … Helped lead team to 9-4 record and Louisiana 5A state quarterfinals as a senior … Also lettered in basketball.
Personal: Full name is Jahaziel